WALTER'S

1120 Naylor Houston,TX 77002

MOON HONEY, THE WHEEL WORKERS, WHIT, SUNRISE & AMMUNITION

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DOORS: 8 PM / $7 ADVANCE / $10 DOOR

“Whirlwind virtuosity, extremes of delicacy and impact, melodies that leap all over the place, suite-like structures, cryptic lyrics based on literary conceits — all the hallmarks of progressive rock are robustly in place on Hand-Painted Dream Photographs…” The New York Times “Four Stars. I think Jessica Ramsey has one of those voices. I can see a cult forming around this band. They’re all dipping cotton candy in peyote. ‘The Cotton Candy Cult.’” NPR All Songs Considered “Recalling a blend of the Dirty Projectors and Björk in a way that, to these ears, actually sounds like sunshine, casting shadows hidden behind chaotic strings.” NOISEY/Vice “Ramsey’s mercurial coo swoops in and out of this magical ditty like a swallow, like the love child of Marc Bolan and Vashti Bunyan.” Amoeba Music “In the case of psychedelic freak rock group Moon Honey, depth is the name of the game. Whether it’s in the heightened lyrics of restless path of the songs, Moon Honey is using the psychedelic adjective to good purpose, giving us something in the veins of both Dirty Projectors and Deerhoof but with a side of Yes and Joni Mitchell.” Impose Magazine

“Whirlwind virtuosity, extremes of delicacy and impact, melodies that leap all over the place, suite-like structures, cryptic lyrics based on literary conceits — all the hallmarks of progressive rock are robustly in place on Hand-Painted Dream Photographs…”
The New York Times

“Four Stars. I think Jessica Ramsey has one of those voices. I can see a cult forming around this band. They’re all dipping cotton candy in peyote. ‘The Cotton Candy Cult.’”
NPR All Songs Considered

“Recalling a blend of the Dirty Projectors and Björk in a way that, to these ears, actually sounds like sunshine, casting shadows hidden behind chaotic strings.”
NOISEY/Vice

“Ramsey’s mercurial coo swoops in and out of this magical ditty like a swallow, like the love child of Marc Bolan and Vashti Bunyan.”
Amoeba Music

“In the case of psychedelic freak rock group Moon Honey, depth is the name of the game. Whether it’s in the heightened lyrics of restless path of the songs, Moon Honey is using the psychedelic adjective to good purpose, giving us something in the veins of both Dirty Projectors and Deerhoof but with a side of Yes and Joni Mitchell.”
Impose Magazine

"They are simultaneously brilliant and down-to-earth, sincerely progressive and catchy as hell, that rare band that can incorporate thoughtful politics into music while keeping things fun and engaging...The Wheel Workers are freaking awesome, and [with Citizens] they’ve gone a very different direction from the path they marched down last time. And it’s good. Oh, is it good." - Jeremy Hart, Space City Rock